Google Adsense is like a golden deer to many. If it can be used properly it is possible to earn a living from it. If you want to apply your website for Google Adsense then this article is for you. Read the entire article carefully. And those who are new to this topic should also read the full article because from this article you can learn about Google Adsense. Which will come in handy in your future.
Things You Need To Do Before Applying For The Adsense:
If you follow my full article properly I hope there will be no problem for you to get approved by Google Adsense.
1. Domain: Domain is one of the most important things for your website. When we visit any website we visit using the website’s Domain.
You need to choose a unique Domain name for your site and the Domain should not be too long and should be easy to remember.
As you can see my site’s Domain is SajidCh.Com. There are only 7 letters in my Domain name. So it will help my visitors to remember the Domain name.
You should buy a TLD (top-level domain) like Com, Net, Xyz, before applying for Adsense. If you using Blogger then you can apply using your Blogger’s subdomain (example.blogspot.com). Google prioritizes their services (YouTube, Blogger) to approve for Adsense.
2. Age Of The Site:
If your site is less than 3 months old, do not apply. I am not saying that you can’t apply on the site if you are less than 3 months old. Can be applied but I am giving my opinion that it is better not to apply if the site is less than 3 months old.
One thing you should note is that after opening a new site on average it takes about 7 days for everyone to fix everything on the site. Then it takes 1 month to write the main content of the site. If you publish 3-4 content per week on the site, then you can publish 12-18 content per month. Moreover, you should wait at least 1 month because your site needs to be indexed by search engines.
However, if you apply for Google AdSense for your site in such a situation, you will see the “Site Under Construction” issue, and AdSense will reject.
So my suggestion would be to do everything right and appeal for AdSense after at least 3 months.
Content is the lifeblood of any blog site. There is a 100% chance of getting approved by Adsense if your site has good content. Because Google loves content. Always try to post unique content on your site and do some research before creating a new post.
The kind of article you should not put on your site:
– Copy content
– Sexual content
– Something written about drugs
– If there is content about the use of weapons
– If written about tobacco or alcohol
– If there is any content with the app that is banned from Google Play Store
– Something like mode / crack / null script
– If there is any content about hacking
It is better not to put such content on the site and delete all such content before appealing to Google Adsense. For more details on Google AdSense, Content Restrictions visit the following link.
Refrain from using a more colorful theme on site. Use simple, fast loading, SEO friendly, and mobile-friendly themes. And of course, don’t use null or crack themes in any way. Because all these themes can contain viruses. Themes with the virus will not be approved for AdSense in any way.
It is better to use WordPress and Blogger default free Themes before applying for Adsense. You can download virus free Premium Blogger Templates for the link below.
Before applying for Google Adsense, you must create some pages. If the page has already been created, then nothing else needs to be done.
Pages that must be created before applying for Adsense:
– Privacy & Policy
It is good to have an HTML Sitemap page but it is not neccessery.
After creating the pages, put the links of all these pages in the footer. Keep it in such a way that anyone who visits your site can easily find the links.
Although visitors are not the key to getting AdSense. But, if there are no visitors who will view your ads? so try to bring visitors to your site at least 100+ page views daily from your site.
To get more visitors, share the posts on Social Media And submit your site to search engines like Google, Yandex, Bing, etc.
If you do these things before applying for AdSense, I don’t think it will be a problem to get AdSense approval for your site. If AdSense doesn’t approve, don’t worry. Fix the issues that caused AdSense to reject and apply for AdSense again.